I'm getting progressively more impatient with an employee and his cell phone. He receives 10 to 15 calls a day while working which is hindering production. Not only is he distracted from his work, but those who are working with him are as well (he's the foreman). He is on the Nextel system as I am, and we are able to communicate through Direct Connect which is greatly beneficial, but I'm to the point of telling him to leave his phone behind while on duty. Nearly half the time I try to call him my display shows he is allready on line with someone else. I do want them to have emergency communication though and would feel awful if something happened and he was unable to call for help. I'm thinking a compromise might be limiting personal communications to break periods and lunch. Does anyone else have policies regarding cell phone use?